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Impact of court overturning insider trading convictions

FBN’s Charlie Gasparino and Liz MacDonald weigh in on a U.S. Appeals Court’s ruling to overturn two insider trading convictions.

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    The Securities and Exchange Commission is reportedly probing whether the surging market for collateralized loan obligations is paving the way for banks to illegally ...

  2. Five ex-Madoff employees found guilty of conspiracy

    FBN’s Adam Shapiro on details of the five former employees of Bernie Madoff found guilty of fraud and conspiracy.

  3. Ex-Goldman Trader Fabrice Tourre Fined $850,000

    A federal judge has ordered Fabrice Tourre, the former Goldman Sachs Group Inc. trader, to pay more than $850,000 for his role in securities fraud. The order Wednesd...

  4. Is Herbalife a pyramid scheme?

    Columbia Law School professor John Coffee on whether the SEC will bring any legal action against Herbalife.

  5. AIG holding BofA $8.5 billion settlement 'hostage,' investors say

    American International Group is holding "hostage" an $8.5 billion deal to compensate investors who bought Bank of America Corp mortgage securities, supporters of the...

  6. Feds Can't Crack SAC Capital's 'Code of Silence'

    Federal prosecutors who have been chasing SAC Capital Advisors founder Steven A. Cohen for the better part of a decade have made no secret of their belief that Cohen...

  7. Congress Called Out for Cutting SEC Tech Funding

    Investor advocates are calling out Congress for slashing millions of dollars from funds the Securities and Exchange Commission had earmarked for upgrading its techno...

  8. JPM Hit With $2B Madoff Penalty

    Five years after Bernie Madoff admitted to masterminding the worst Ponzi scheme on record, JPMorgan Chase (NYSE:JPM) agreed to pay more than $2 billion on Tuesday to...

  9. Did Business Insider Nix $100M Buyout Offer?, an edgy financial and technology news website, may not technically be shopping itself, but that hasn't stopped potential suitors from calling, i...

  10. Hollywood Prefers Wall Street Bad Boys

    I wonder if there's an All the President's Men -type movie to be made about Wall Street corruption?In that 1976 movie Dustin Hoffman and Robert Redford portrayed Car...

  11. Kudos to Judge For Asking Tough Questions

    After covering Wall Street, the financial markets and economic policy for much of the past two decades I can count on one hand the number of people I've written abou...

  12. EXCLUSIVE: Free Flight Raises Questions in AIG Case

    The New York state lawyer leading a high-profile civil case against former American International Group (NYSE:AIG) chairman Hank Greenberg took a free, previously un...

  1. Phil Mickelson eyed in insider trading probe?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on reports of a high-profile insider-trading probe.

  2. Pay up to avoid the perp walk? senior reporter Dunstan Prial, Accent Asset Management CEO Scott Martin and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Lauren Simonetti on the rise of Wall Street executives settling with regulators to avoid potential lengthy court battles and jail time.

  3. AG Holder says no firm is ‘too big to jail’

    FBN’s Liz MacDonald on Attorney General Eric Holder’s tough comments on big banks.

  4. Fallout from ‘Flash Boys’ not as bad as once feared?

    FBN’s Charlie Gasparino on the potential impact of the book ‘Flash Boys’ on high-frequency trading firms.

  5. Jeb Bush Ties to Street Could Be Hurdle in Presidential Run

    When Jeb Bush comes to New York City Thursday, his main purpose won't be to raise money for his possible 2016 presidential bid, but to begin two days of meetings wit...

  6. Bitcoin exchanges under fire

    Sullivan & Cromwell senior chairman H. Rodgin Cohen on investing in Bitcoin.

  7. Ex-Goldman director Gupta's insider trading conviction upheld

    A federal appeals court upheld the conviction of former Goldman Sachs Group Inc director Rajat Gupta, one of the biggest successes in federal prosecutors' long-runni...

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